Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians

An area of plateau and desert grassland spanning approximately 121,000 acres is home to the Kaibab-Paiute reservation. The reservation hosts five tribal villages, as well as the non-Indian community of moccasin.

History & Nature

The Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians are one of 10 member tribes of the Southern Paiute nation that live along the southern Great Basin and San Juan-Colorado River drainage. Situated along Kanab Creek, the reservation’s northernmost border is the Arizona-Utah border. Members of the Kaibab-Paiute tribe speak a Uto-Aztecan language in addition to English, and the economy is largely centered on tourism and livestock.

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Things to Do

This area of northern Arizona is rich in historic recreation and geological wonders you won’t want to miss. Pipe Spring National Monument is located completely within the reservation boundary, and you’ll be wowed by the Vermillion Cliffs and the Steamboat Rock formation as you drive by. 

Within a few hours are plenty more can’t-miss stops for amazing natural wonders, including the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Lake Powell and Lake Mead are also easily accessible.

Hotels, Lodging & Camping

From national chains to independent establishments, you’ll find a variety of hotels, motels, and lodges in Fredonia – all perfectly convenient for your stay.

Location And Nearby Communities

Arizona Highway 389 crosses the reservation and is the main route between Las Vegas, Nevada and Lake Powell. The Kaibab-Paiute Reservation is approximately one hour's drive to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.

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For More Information

Tribal Government
1 North Pipe Spring Rd.
Fredonia, AZ 86022
(928) 643-7245

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